1997 to Present / Mount Shasta, CA
Founder of Holistic Physical Therapy and Therapeutic Bodywork in Mount Shasta
Three decades of training and experience come together to deeply listen to the human system, with the recognition that wholeness and health is present in all conditions, even disease.
Sessions empower and strengthen the resources in an individual that allows for self-healing and self-regulation.
  Presenter, Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy Association of North America
"A Paradigm Shift to Wholeness: Nature and Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy"
September 2008
  Teaching Assistant, Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy Training, with Gary Peterson RCST®, beginning in February 2007.
Environmental Research on the protection of the Medicine Lake Highlands, a sacred landscape in northern California, in conjunction with the Pit River Tribe, the Mount Shasta Bioregional Ecology Center, and the Native Coalition.
  Instructor at the Mount Shasta Institute for Holistic Studies in Mount Shasta, California. From 2002 to 2006 taught a 15-hour introduction to craniosacral therapy to students enrolled in the massage practitioner program.

1990- 1996 / Koeln, Germany

  An eclectic private practice integrating scoliosis treatment of children and adults, craniosacral therapy, biodynamic therapy, manual therapy, and trauma resolution as taught by Gerda Boyesen, one of the founders of modern body-oriented psychotherapy.
1987- 1989 / Midwest, U.S.
  Self-Awareness Center
Bodywork Therapist with emphasis on prevention and a whole body approach. The center offered experienced yoga, Feldenkrais, Trager, Reiki, Postural Integration, and Rebirthing practitioners.
  St. Mary's Hospital and Welborn Hospital of Evansville, Indiana,
and Munson Medical Center, Traverse City, Michigan.
Consultant responsible for lectures to staff on orthopedic evaluations,
manual therapy, and treatment of the spine.
1979- 1987 / San Francisco Bay Area
  Peninsula Spine and Education Center, San Mateo, California
Independent Contractor at a private practice treating primarily chronic spinal dysfunctions. Evaluation and treatment based on Arthur White's spine program of San Francisco.
  Kentfield Medical Center, Kentfield, California
Consultation, evaluation, and treatment of orthopedic patients.
  Pacific Industrial Medical Center, Burlingame, California.
Evaluation and treatment of acute industrial injuries,
vocational screening, independent medical evaluations with physician.
  Ralph K. Davies Medical Center, San Francisco, California.
Staff team leader in hands; work with Occupational Therapy in Developing
Microsurgery Hand Program, referral therapist program, evaluation and treatment.
  Hand Therapy, San Francisco, California
Staff at a private practice of hand and upper extremity rehabilitation.
  Kaiser Permanente, San Francisco, California
Outpatient clinic with emphasis on orthopedics and hand injuries.
1976- 1978 / Springfield, Illinois
  Memorial Medical Center, Regional hospital with ten-bed regional Burn Center.
Emphasis on treating neurological patients and developing physical therapy burn program. Clinical supervisor for assistant and graduate students the second year.

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